Stop or yield?

Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by Adam5, May 27, 2017.

  1. Adam5

    Adam5 Atlanta Overwatch

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    Which do they wave you to do?

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  2. Nemo

    Nemo Man of Myth and Legend

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    Tuesday.

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  3. Fallschirmjäger

    Fallschirmjäger I watch the watchers

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    Absolutely you should.


    Non-official position...
    It's a Yield sign and if there's traffic you should stop behind the marked Stop line

     
    Last edited: May 27, 2017
  4. Adam5

    Adam5 Atlanta Overwatch

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    I'm in agreement with Falls. I always stop since it's s busy parking lot and there's always traffic.

    For some reason, I just now noticed that it's marked both, even though I have come through many times.
     
  5. Clark

    Clark Well-Known Member

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    Private property?
     
  6. Adam5

    Adam5 Atlanta Overwatch

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    Shopping center parking lot.
     
  7. AzB

    AzB Well-Known Member

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    Yield before stopping. Then yield again and stop if neccessary. Repeat.
     
  8. AtlPhilip

    AtlPhilip Proud GCO member.

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    In that case, do whatever you want. :)
     
  9. Mrs_Esterhouse

    Mrs_Esterhouse Swollen Member

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    Neither then. BTW, I was just at that Whole Foods this evening. Judging from the shadows, I'd say you were there at about 11am. :)
     
    Last edited: May 28, 2017
  10. Alabama Jones

    Alabama Jones Señor Member

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    These are two different traffic control devices.
    First stop. Period. Then you must yield to traffic.
    Likewise with "right on red" with a yield, you must
    stop first for the red, then yield to traffic. Often,
    this is used when traffic from the opposite direction
    has a left turn arrow (and hence, right of way). You
    can't see their arrow, so the yield tells you someone
    else has right of way.